Movie review by Stefan Pape, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 16+

Relentless action-thriller has non-stop graphic violence.

R 2020 105 minutes

Parents say

age 14+

Based on 3 reviews

Kids say

age 12+

Based on 3 reviews

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age 15+

Rouge – No-one Could Possibly Release This, It Must Have Escaped!

Rouge – No-one Could Possibly Release This, It Must Have Escaped! Some good action effects and pyrotechnics are displayed in this otherwise abysmally awful movie. Here we have a typical ‘MeTo’/ PC take on casting, with Megan Fox playing the ‘fearsome’ leader of a bunch of Ultra-Vicious male mercenaries in Africa – you instantly know what’s coming after this silly box is ticked. The director/writer/co-producer, her daughter, and all the producers should rightly be ashamed of themselves, and perhaps consider hanging up their careers after this shockingly bad work. Be warned, M’s M.J. Bassett’s script is an affront to human intelligence, offering endless over-the-top, simple simon swear-fest dialogue - peppered with ludicrously nasty brutality of the most repugnant kind – all aimed at hooking those moronic enough to allow this human bilge into their minds. In her attempt to excuse some of the acute ugliness, Bassett has added a written end-credit plea to stop the caging and killing of African Loins – so, why not make a heart-felt doco instead of going after South African Government money, to finance vulgar on-screen material of such low-caliber? This certainly will not help the South African movie industry - with viewers running a mile when their participation is noticed in future ventures. You’ll do more to save Animals by keeping this cancerous material out of your brain. Foxtel, etc, should be ashamed of abusing the world and its viewers by exhibiting it.
age 10+

Fun game

My 11 year old downloaded this game without my permission, I saw him play it once and I was confused what game it was. It is an okay game for kids to have. Note: I am a pretty strict parent as well

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